SAN JUAN, PR – Feb. 10, 2014 -— eGlobal, one of North America’s largest ATM (Automated Teller Machine) operators in the hospitality, gaming, and retail industries, announced today the appointment of Luis Torregrosa Rossy and Zacarías ‘Zak’ Corbridge as part of their Puerto Rico management team. The additions further support growth and customer service in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean region. Jeff Matthews, Chief Executive Officer of Grant Victor, eGlobal’s parent company, expressed his confidence in the Island’s commercial and economic development, through the creation of strategic business partnerships.
“Luis Torregrosa Rossy, a distinguished Puerto Rican with more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry and casino operations, and Zacarías ‘Zak’ Corbridge, with experience in finance and sales in the United States and other Latin America regions, truly represent eGlobal’s commitment to advise and service our Puerto Rico clients towards developing strategic business partnerships. eGlobal is proud to better serve the Puerto Rico market with the addition of two excellent professionals”, said Matthews.
With more than 5,000 ATM’s deployed throughout the United States, eGlobal provides solutions tailored to the needs of each business, supporting the cash needs of locations, transaction processing, and providing access to technical support 24/7. eGlobal provides ATM services in Puerto Rico for many large hotels, casinos, and retailers including the Ritz Carlton Isla Verde, the La Concha Resort, Courtyard by Marriott-Isla Verde, Sheraton and San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, Best Buy, and many smaller convenience stores and retail locations. Carl Kortum, President of La Concha Resort, a Renaissance Hotel, said they have had a first-class experience with eGlobal. “The service and support we have received from eGlobal has been outstanding. During the past three years, eGlobal has been a valued strategic partner for our business operations,” expressed Kortum.
“Our ATM solution offers consumers a safe, convenient and reliable means of having immediate access to cash. It also empowers merchants with a value-added service that generates traffic and drives sales. The Puerto Rico economy is very dependent on the availability of cash,” added Matthews.
eGlobal (www.eGlobal.com) is one of North America’s largest providers of ATM services to the hospitality, retail, and convenience industries. eGlobal deploys more ATMs than most banks and maintains one of the leading ATM uptime rates in the industry.
Lois Torregrosa Rossy
Luis Torregrosa Rossy was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and has
sustained a successful career of more than 30 years in the hospitality,
casino operations, and casino games markets. During the past ten years,
he has worked as casino consultant in Puerto Rico, the United States and
Latin America countries, providing advice to casinos regarding
day-to-day operations, efficiencies, reorganizations and openings. He
previously held management positions in the casinos of Palmas Del Mar
Hotel and Casino, Sands Hotel, El San Juan Hotel, San Jerónimo Hilton,
Aruba Americana Hotel, Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas and was also General
Manager at the Caribe Hilton’s Casino.
Torregrosa Rossy has committed a great deal of his time to the development of casino employees, as Academic Director and Instructor of the International Croupier School. As founder of the Inter Casino Golf Classic Luis Torregrosa Tournament, all proceedings are channeled to the Puerto Rico Hospitality School, constituting its main scholarship funding resource. Besides, he holds the Six Grade Black Belt rank in Karate style Shinkyokushinkai, and is a chief Karate Judge. In 2008, the Puerto Rico Hotel Tourism Association conferred Luis Torregrosa Rossy the annual Casino Lifetime Achievement Recognition award.
Zackary ‘Zak’ Colbridge
Zachary Colbridge was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He spent many of his younger years living in Chile with his family, where he attended school and learned Spanish while his father worked there. He also spent two years in Canada in the province of Quebec working with Latinos and learning French as well. Zachary attended Brigham Young University in Utah, where he studied Finance and has worked in various positions in that field. Most recently, he worked as a strategist for the Walt Disney Company, where he came to know and enjoy the hospitality industry. Zak speaks English, Spanish and French and in his spare time, supervises and trains volunteer groups.
Media Contact in Puerto Rico:
Doris Torres Torregrosa